Research Week 2021 shall be virtual again in 2021 from October 25-29. There are 12+ conferences already lined up…
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The ever-increasing animal feed costs are driving many vulnerable communities involved in animal husbandry out of business. The high cost is mainly driven by the protein source, which represents the most expensive component in animal feed. In conventional feed, protein is obtained mainly fromRead more
In the last few decades, farmers have relied on synthetic pesticides to managed crop pests and diseases. This is because synthetic pesticides are easily available, have quick knock down effect, have varied modes of action and are reliable. However, some synthetic pesticides areRead more
Continuous cultivation of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) in monoculture systems represents the greatest factor deteriorating soil organic matter (SOM) in smallholder farms.
On 29th July 2022, the Faculty of Agriculture hosted a virtual workshop to share the findings of a study on Food Quality Management and Loss Assessment in Value Chains linked to the Homegrown School Meals Program (HFSMP). The study was funded through aRead more
A consortium of the Technical University of Denmark, University of Nairobi, Chuka University, Africa Centre for Technology Studies, Kenya Bureau of Standards, and East African Grain Council is awarding a three-year Ph.D. scholarship in Food Safety and related discipline. TheRead more
Dr. Juliana Cheboi (UoN) in collaboration with KALRO team(Dr. Keziah Magiroi and Dr. Mary Koech) are transforming and impacting communities through promotion of technologies on integrated soil fertility management, water harvest(Zai pits,sunken beds and ridges) and improved varieties of greenRead more
Knowledge sharing for a more sustainable and inclusive world: an evaluation of program support models for knowledge translation in IDRC-funded research
IDRC requests proposals for a team to conduct an evaluation of Knowledge sharing for a more sustainable and
On 25th to 27th May 2022, key stakeholders in the Horticulture sector from three Eastern Africa Countries (Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia) convened at the Hermosa Garden Hotel in Karen for a regional horticulture consultative workshop.
The Department of Plant Science and Crop Protection under the leadership of Prof. James Muthomi and Prof. Florence Olubayo joined the University Community and its Partners which included Equity Group Foundation,County Government, National Government, Shamba Café, Loresho Community andRead more